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Aotearoa celebrates WCC's 70th

Delegates at the Indigenous Global Ecumenical Gathering held in Rotorua last week have considered their landscape - and are now formulating plans to take to the next WCC General Assembly.
• "We are many, we are one" - Rev Prince Devanandan's sermon

Pihopatanga to host global meeting

Te Pihopatanga o te Manawa o te Wheke and the Anglican Missions Board will host a WCC Indigenous Global Ecumenical Gathering and youth pre-meeting in Rotorua this July.

CWS condemns Gaza violence

CWS has issued a call to support Palestinians trapped in the Gaza strip as reports show up to 60 Gaza residents have been killed and thousands more injured under Israeli military fire.
• Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu heartbroken over Gaza attacks
• Will Gaza deaths waken the world to Palestinians' rights?

CWS issues 2018 refugee challenge

Christian World Service has launched Operation Refugee 2018, a five-day challenge to live on the rations that Syrian refugees receive in emergency food parcels. 

+PNG calls for aid to quake zones

Papua New Guinea's Archbishop Allan Migi has called for urgent prayer and financial support as people in the worst-hit zones struggle to cope in the aftermath of the 7.5 magnitude earthquake.
• NZ Anglican Missions PNG Appeal

Call to prayer for PNG

In the wake of the earthquake which hit Papua New Guinea yesterday, the Archbishops have called the church to prayer - while Anglican Missions assesses how it can best respond.

Feb 23: Prayer and fasting for peace

Cardinal John Dew and Archbishop Philip Richardson have urged Catholics and Anglicans to join them in a day of prayer and fasting for peace in the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan.
• ABC joins Pope's call
• Donate to the CWS South Sudan Appeal

CWS launches Rohingya appeal

Christian World Service is calling on Kiwi Christians to help Rohingya refugees who are fleeing attacks in Burma.

+Winston goes to Greenbelt

The Greenbelt Festival has been a British fixture for more than four decades. This year festivalgoers heard Archbishop Winston Halapua's view on life in Pacific nations threatened by rising sea levels.


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